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on the actress' trip to mexico in 1962 and her association with frederick vanderbilt field, one of her communist leaning friends. he was monroe's guide on the trip where she bought furniture for her new home. >> she was spending quite a bit of time with frederick vanderbilt field and he was cut off from his family and actually disinherited from the family wealth because of his extreme leftist views and that also put marilyn monroe in a light that suggested that maybe she did have some communist ideas. >> reporter: the actress died later that year. los angeles authorities concluded her death was a probable suicide, but many still want to know exactly how she died. the fbi files do not show any information about the agency's investigation on her death. >> it does talk about how there were claims at the time that marilyn monroe didn't take her own life and that she was possibly murdered, but these papers don't reveal any new clues as to what caused her death. >> reporter: the fbi released these files after removing dozens of redactions. the agency never found any proof that monroe was a member of
his roots in sports reporting and why he's already dropping the doors on his alma mater vanderbilt. i asked him about his official gig as a co-host on "today." >> it's cool. i mean, i grew up dreemg of playing for the new york yankees. that hasn't quite worked out yet. yet. i'm still a free agent. i go to spring training every year. security ushers me out. i'm still going to make the team. >> don't show up to "today" he got drafted. >> the "today" show is like playing for the new york yankees. you've got a responsible to a 60-year legacy of greatness. and that's very humbling. and at the same time we're at a moment where we're pushing the show forward. it's time for some change, some self-reflection and all that is happening over there. when i go there, there's no head hanging of oh, my gosh we've slipped back. it's a land of opportunity. it's like okay, what do we need to do now. so to come in at that moment when everyone is thinking that way is really cool. >> that's perfect for you. i've got to think, though, when you talk about it being an iconic brand, so is your father, albeit f
they get 800 or harvard or vanderbilt , the support they get through high school and they have options when they get out. so yeah, mitch, where are you? , now, we're going to shoot the breeze and awesome question. what happened with that movie, et cetera, et cetera. [applause]
and you get back to the basic problem that chris who is a colleague of anita's at vanderbilt, wait he has put it, how do you distinguish and irresistible impulse from an impulse not resisted. there is a basic gray area, a difficult ability to say, did you actually choose that and did you choose it in a way that the law would recognize. so the law all of the time develops concepts that scientists are interested in studying. it might be competency, for example. well, competency is really a multifaceted construct from a legal perspective. it could be competency to be executed, it could be competency to commit a crime. it could be competency to contribute to the decision as to whether voluntarily commit yourself to a mental hospital. it could be competency to participate in an abortion decision. so competency means many different things. the first thing you have to do as a scientist is ask the question, well, what does the law mean by it because if you want me to measure it, i have to somehow apply it. so going back to the question of free will, because a scientist can't operationally define
football games. the music city bowl, north carolina state versus vanderbilt. sun bowl has usc versus georgia tech. liberty bowl and chick-fil-a bowl lsu versus clemson. straight ahead a ice rescue that you've never seen before. and last week barbara bush called one of her husband's favorite bands and requested a private concert. the oak ridge boys agreed and gathered in their office to sing over the phone. the 41st president requested "elvira." the band complied. they also sang "amazing grace." take a listen. ♪ amazing grace how sweet thou sound ♪ ♪ that saved a wretch like me [ man ] ring ring... progresso this reduced sodium soup says it may help lower cholesterol, how does it work? you just have to eat it as part of your heart healthy diet. step 1. eat the soup. all those veggies and beans, that's what may help lower your cholesterol and -- well that's easy [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. ...but he'd wait for her forever, for any reason, and would always be there with the biggest welcome home. for a love this strong, dawn only feeds him iams. compare
-13. >>> there are four college football bowl games today. the music city bowl, north carolina state faces vanderbilt. the sun bowl has usc against georgia tech. the liberty bowl is iowa state versus tulsa. and in the chick-fil-a bowl, lsu battles clemson. >>> coming up, tough economy or not, moviegoers spent a record setting $10.8 billion at the box office in 2013. >>> plus, we're going to take you to one of the cutest places on earth. >>> you're watching "early today." >>> well, welcome back on this last day of 2012. tonight the areas of concern for driving, if you're going to be in missouri, kansas, light snow is expected, just enough to cover the roads. it will be a little slippery there. mostly just rain, though, for oklahoma, arkansas, and also portions of texas. very cold tonight at midnight in the northern plains. minneapolis all the way up to chicago. the temperatures will be plummeting later tonight. the dakotas, wisconsin, iowa, make sure you bundle up for extreme cold. for new year's day, the light snow washes out as it heads east. looks like a quiet but chilly start to the new year. >> b
marcus more to lose. steve posavak with us from vanderbilt university. >> susie: u.s. oil production hit a 15-year high in september. the up-tick is thanks to the controversial drilling method known as fracking. average daily production reached 6.5 million barrels a day. that's almost one million barrels more than a year ago. if that momentum continues, the u.s. might deliver on that prediction last month from the international energy agency, calling for the u.s. to surpass saudi arabia as the world's largest oil producer by 2020. here's one good thing to come from the destruction of hurricane sandy-- verizon customers will be getting faster, and more, telecom services. the company said today it is replacing damaged copper wires with fiber optic cable. that upgrade from older, slower copper allows verizon to offer more digital services, including bundling phone, internet and cable tv. and it means an increase in revenues for verizon. tom, that was the message from verizon's c.e.o., speaking at an investor conference today. but it didn't do much for the stock. verizon shares fell, like ma
. >> as tony was saying, arlan vanderbilt brought this forward. i think he has a lot of credit and commissioner loftus is holding the department's feet to the fire and rightfully so. that's why we're looking for this grant and we'll be actually at some point in time growing the human trafficking unit as we get our staffing up to speed. >> also we do attend other meetings in the bay area so we attend a monthly meeting down in san jose, so we're constantly in communication with other sister agencies, not only law enforcement but also other advocate groups like, for example, not to get in too much detail, i talked to an attorney down in san jose right now where this person is willing to come forward regarding an incident so they feel confident to come to san francisco to talk about something that they've
use it. >> 30 centers are using it including vanderbilt who has a light weight version. i think in a year or two it will be available to home use. the cost is cost prohibitive. with more and more people using it over time and technology getting perfected it will be less expensive. >> somebody sitting at home this should give them hope. >> if somebody is paralyzed or had a struck or neurological condition that can't walk this is in the future. this technology is in the future. near future. >> thank you so much. >>> the time now is about 6 minutes to the top of the hour. still ahead talk about a sign, a drunk driving crash lands in a yard of the founder of alcoholics anonymous. then his job was to protect his quarterback but now one nfl player making a shocking admission about his own teammate. mine was earned off vietnam in 1968. over the south pacific in 1943. i got mine in iraq, 2003. usaa auto insurance is often handed down from generation to generation. because offers a superior level of protection, and because usaa's commitment to serve the military, veterans and their fami
at vanderbilt university medical center in nashville. great to see you again. >> hello, shepherd. >> sarin, tell us about it. what does it do? >> it is nasty and sneaky. it is odorless, tasteless and colorless. it is produced in a liquid form and vaporizes very quickly. you can get exposed by breathing it in. if can come in through your eyes. it can penetrate your skin. if it is on food or water you can ingest it. it obviously causes eye irritation, but most importantly it causes great difficulty breathing because it is a neurological toxin. it makes your muscles twitch. you can develop convulsions and lapse into coma and die. it is serious stuff. >> and it is my understanding, doctor, if you are not treated almost immediately like within a minute or so, there is no stoping the affects. >> well, mild exposures just wafting through the air can lead to being temporarily ill and then getting better. if you get a prolonged dose you can get really sick very, very quickly. furthermore it can get on your clothes and then it can vaporize from the clothes and affect the people who are trying to help you.
's trip to mexico and her emerging friendship with frederick vanderbilt. the bureau issued a new version of the associated press made a request for details. >> virginia lawmakers want to abolish the gap tax. president obama scheduled to speak on the fiscal cliff in just a few minutes from now. we will have a good night. here you go. you, too. i'm going to dream about that steak. i'm going to dream about that tiramisu. what a night, huh? but, um, can the test drive be over now? head back to the dealership? [ male announcer ] it's practically yours. but we still need your signature. volkswagen sign then drive is back. and it's never been easier get a passat. that's the power of german engineering. get $0 down, $0 due at signing, $0 deposit, and $0 first month's payment on any new volkswagen. visit vwdealer.com today. >> present obama expected to speak about the fiscal cliff in a minute now. the president with congressional leaders at the white house. as soon as mr. obama arrives to the podium, will bring it to live. >> there is heartbreak tonigh
not into the overall vanderbilt hall of fame but the student media hall of fame. at vanderbilt. >> what does that mean? >> it's a proud group. name grantland rice mean anything to you? >> looking at me, la ti freakin' da. >> i meant that as a compliment, people knocking on the door just for a moment with jon meacham. >> by the way, they are still clapping from election night. >> good. they're not upset about the alcohol problem? >> no, no. but the last question i got was, who on the "morning joe" set reminds you most of thomas jefferson? >> oh, wow. >> a question i must admit had not grappled with. i started thinking. i said, well, mike barnicle is john adams. >> right, he is. >> a little taller but just as grumpy. >> and i knew him. >> he knew him. >> willie geist, hamilton because, let's face it, most likely to be shot in jersey. >> that's true. >> yes. >> scarborough, commanding george washington. >> washingtonesque. >> tall. >> yes. >> dignity. >> same, 6'4", same thing, yeah. >> so clearly, it's mika brzezinski. >> really? >> when i left, they're still clapping. >> really? >> renaissance woman. >
vanderbilt field and his wife. monroe spent a lot of time with them in mexico. he letter wrote a book detailing some of their conversations. she apparently didn't talk much about politics. instead he said she talked a lot about herself, her views on racial equality and her hatred for j. edgar hoover the notorious fbi director who was conducting all of these investigations. now as you mentioned there is no new information about what everyone would really like to know more about. the circumstances surrounding her death. was it a suicide? even the doctor who performed the autopsy once said there would always be controversy surrounding the death of marilyn monroe until all of the fbi files are revealed. perhaps one day they will be. back to you. >> harris: anita vogel, thank you very much. i'm harris faulkner in tonight for shepard smith. this is the fox report. and the senate will get to work on sunday to try to prevent our nation from plunging right over the fiscal cliff. a bill should be ready to vote on they say. that's the word today from the senate majority leader harry reid hours a
: theresa's doctor, vanderbilt medical center oncologist vandana abramson, understands families like the curtises face more than just medical problems. >> the hardest part is that they have to be preparing for life without one parent in the future. so there's a lot going on with these families. a lot outside of the realm of what most normal families have to deal with. there's a lot of anxiety for the entire family. >> reporter: so along with the morphine and hydrocodone, dr. abramson called for something you can't find in any pharmacy. >> i prescribed this trip as part of her treatment because i thought she and her family needed a chance to get away, not think about her cancer diagnosis not think about anything else. i think they needed something special. >> reporter: which is where the jack and jill late stage cancer foundation come in. john albert is its founder. you ate timeout from cancer? >> we call it a timeout from cancer. that's what it is. >> reporter: a distraction. >> an opportunity to live. to live life. >> reporter: albert's nonprofit raises money to send families like t
's true this year. i can't believe it. >> we got the match-ups everybody was shooting with. >> vanderbilt plays wesley college? >> don't cheapen it. >> why do you cheapen it? >> mr. chris fowler is here earlier. >> if the world doesn't end, the vanderbilt and nc state. >> who do you like in the game? 11 a.m. >> teams with interim head coaches don't perform that well in bowl games. >> we locked up a great coach in james franklin. >> what's every kid's dream? >> to play at 11:00 a.m. on january 1st. when i was throwing around the football in the backyard, i had one day -- >> some don't go to the national title game every year relentlessly. >> i'm proud, alabama and notre dame. the view from the s.e.c. is noelt free dame is adorable. >> that's the view about the opponent thrown at them in front of the game. do they belong in the game? of course they do. they navigated a tough schedule. they're 90-1 preseason. that's an incredible story they've overcome. we'll find out if they belong with alabama. until the s.e.c. is dethroned, they deserve to crow and brag and put down opponents in the game.
this year. vanderbilt was the focus. good teams. but they were at the center, the focal point of a very significant culture war battle. vanderbilt university told christian organizations they could no longer select their leaders based upon their faith. in other words, a christian organization had to consider a muslim or non-christian as the leader of their group. to not do so would be a form of discrimination. so a lot of these christian clubs they stood up and said no, we are not going to do this. they fought back and unfortunately they lost. so now many of these clubs, about 13 of these clubs had to move off campus to hold their services and to hold their meetings. >> juliet: did this apply across board to all clubs there? if there is a muslim club did, they have to do the same thing? >> well, they said yes. but, in actuality, that's not what happened. the gay rights groups on campus and like you said the muslim organizations they seemed to have been held at least this is the argument from the christian groups, they were held to a different standard. from. >> clayton: any big briction
places like nash sreult, tennessee and vanderbilt and then you have other places like where i grew up. you can say that about any place in america. i think southerners i think have a legitimate complaint that the treatment of them as a group you don't see elsewhere the other reality shows, who is the biggest reality show on tv right now, other than bill hemmer it's honey boo-boo. more people know the recipe for sketty and butter than any other area. bill: jersey shore, buck wild reinforce sterotypes of those who do not live there looking in from the last side. what is the lasting image? the lasting image is stphaobg key and snooky and i don't know where she is right now. >> she's giving tips to will and kate about child rearing ideas. i think reality tv is absolute proof of not good things spreading to the receipts o rest of the country. bill: well see how ticked off senator mansion is when this tv show heirs. martha: turn it off. you can make a choice. you don't have to watch, you know. bill: that is true. martha: that is the great thing that we have. you don't have to watch bridzill
had the vanderbilts and the carniagos,. what will happen to the common worker? they were used and abused and treated, you know, very, very poorly poorly. and we are seeing the pattern where we have republicans unabashedly, viciously ripping apartment the middle class. these guys would have my mom, you know, when she was on social security and i think there is going to ultimately be a backlash to that long-term. >> bill: you said it earlier, john boehner acts as if there is no election that the american people haven't spoken. so do these republican governors. jim hoffa is saying they are so disappointed they are so lost, they are they are doing what they can at the local level, the state level to try to push back the extreme right-wing agenda. eric, we didn't solve all of the problems in the world in the last hour. but we solved a lot of them. >> yeah. >> i feel better. >> and rush is in the rock and roll hall of fame. >> nice to see you. thanks for coming in. i will tell you what the president is up to next. >> this is "the bill press show." (
of months ago. i'm going to use it at my class and schools at vanderbilt university this winter. who wouldn't want marty makary as their doctor? to be fair and calm and intelligent and balanced, also to understand the system. it is extraordinarily important. our physicians need to be able to do that. unfortunately, talking to you from a policy perspective, that is not nearly as exciting. i don't do kiss and tell. we have to work to save social security, medicare, medicaid, and the entitlement programs. magical thinking doesn't save the programs. local speeches don't change the programs. chickening out doesn't save those programs. unfortunately, in a political environment, normally we follow the path of least resistance. that means that the medicare program will be out of money in 2024, which is not that much further away. social security itself will be out of money by 2033. those are deadlines we must start adjusting now to me. these are vast and important programs. they are not trust fund dependent and they are harder for counts to comprehend. but it is possible this programs are actually
in medicine, health and society at vanderbilt university in tennessee, where he also teaches psychiatry, and the author of "the protest psychosis." i want to go to you first. i want to get your reaction to this idea of the nra which opposes any sort of gun registration particularly on national level saying they would like to create a data base, national data base of the mentally ill. >> i have two things to say about that. one is that i think it's understandable so it's not just the nra that's making the connection between mass shootings and mental illness. i think in the aftermath of virginia tech and the shootings in arizona, there is an understandable reaction to say how can we understand this, how can we explain this. only a crazy person, because it's so outside the realm of normal. so there is a tradition in our country i think of trying to link these mass shootings to mental illness. now, the problem with it and certainly the problem with the nra's position i think is that first of all, the association is false in that as an aggregate group, people with mental illness as an aggreg
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